Turkish police evict protesters from a central Istanbul square and park. But clashes continued into the night ahead of a planned rally by Erdogan supporters on Sunday.
The 13 people arrested were reportedly accused of trying to create "chaos and mayhem" and overthrow the government. More than 50,000 people have been arrested in Turkey since a failed coup attempt in 2016.
In the nick of time for a national holiday, President Erdogan is cutting the ribbon on Istanbul's massive new airport. It could one day be the world's biggest, but there have been many losers in the construction process.
The Turkish president has laid out the first official version of the investigation into the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Saudi Arabia could face its worst crisis if the crown prince is linked to the killing.
Turkey has been exempt from oil sector sanctions imposed by Washington on the regime in Tehran. But Turkish businesses fear the possible consequences of a likely shift in Donald Trump's mood toward Turkey.
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